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early. the assumption is both hillary clinton and joe biden wouldn't run in 2016. it's going to be one of the two most likely. but this is a way for joe biden to keep his name in the spotlight. it's never good to be a lame duck, especially a lame duck sitting vice president. by joe biden going to speak in iowa, he's gone to speak in south carolina before and elsewhere, keeps his name in the news and keeps his options open which is very important. >> good friend of senator harken there of course. the texas senator ted cruz, this was his second trip to iowa in a month. he's scheduled to return again in the fall. he's going to be speaking at the iowa republican party's fall fund-raising dinner. is he tipping his hat to real political ambitions or just sort of raising his name recognition and bringing in more dollars? >> it's probably both. as i mentioned for joe biden, getting your na inting your nam spotlight, ted cruz has been doing that and more. he's going to go to new hampshire. he is all over the place. but i will repeat, again, it is very, very early. at this point in the 2008 cycl
. started in the clinton years. i want to bring in jared bernstein, former economic adviser to joe biden, senior fellow. avik roy, former adviser on health care to the romney campaign. so, marjorie, i think i told you before the show, i marked this date on my calendar a while back with the 20th anniversary -- >> have you to walk it off. >> i said, there is no one i would rather talk to on the 20th anniversary of this budget than marjorie margolies because i remember watching that scene. i remember the republicans chanting, bye, bye marjorie. >> and bob walker jumping up and down. he was a fine jumper. he was right. what he was saying was absolutely true, bye-bye. >> take us back to what the climate was like back then. we showed bill clinton ran in 1992 talking about how he was going to go into office raise taxes on the wealthy. ross perot made the deficit a national priority. bill clinton comes in. he says, we're going to tackle the deficit, do it by slightly raising taxes on the wealthy and it set off this sort of popular revolt. >> well, 1.2% of the population? they all lived in my dis
's also growing evidence that the vice president joe biden might also be planning to run for the white house. why the v.p. backers think he really can win it all. also we continue to follow the deadly violence in egypt. a key american partner in a volatile part of the world. there's word coming that hosni mubarak, the former dictator who ruled for decades could soon go free. [ male announcer ] come to the golden opportunity sales event and experience the connectivity of the available lexus enform, including the es and rx. ♪ this is the pursuit of perfection. jon: well, one former president about to be freed from jail while another remains under arrest. the latest in egypt and trying to stop the spiralling violence there. one of the world's most active volcanos throwing ash miles in the sky, coating an entire city. and scotland yard is looking into new claims about the death of princess diana. what is behind the fresh investigation almost 16 years after she died in that paris car crash. heather: welcome to a brand new hour of "happening now." jon: happening now, make room, hillary. al
", quote, political allies of vice president joe biden have concluded he can win the 2016 presidential nomination even if >> joining me now to respond are former clinton pollster and republican strategist. both are fox news contributors. guys, great to see you. first we want to send our best wishes to the biden family. his son was hospitalized. he's been released. but we're praying for them and wishing them well. >> absolutely. >> turning to the presidential race, doug, do you think this news that the vice president is considering a run is keeping hillary clinton awake at night? >> i don't think she has much trouble sleeping about vice president biden. but politics is a volatile business. you never say never. and what i really think vice president biden is doing is preparing for a possible candidacy if hillary clinton for whatever reasons decides not to run. then he'd be the frontrunner. >> the dirty little secret here, tony, vice president biden is actually a pretty good retail politician. he's actually a pretty good candidate out there. whereas hillary clinton is a god awful candidat
on your radio, and on current tv this is the bill press show. >> for joe biden it is off to iowa! he's going to be the big star at the steak fry on september 15th. what do you say? can you believe it? this this is the "full court press." i hope i had a chance to kickback, relax over the weekend and recharge your batteries and roaring to go if you're not like the president and on vacation. congress is in town, the house and the senate while the first family is up on martha's vineyard. you can reach us and reach out we'll continue to look for your comments on twitter, and of course we check in with our friends all the time, and you can join us on www.billpres www.billpressshow. >> the man of many hats. >> bill: fixing coffee, i don't know what you're doing, but dan is here. and back from the national weekend. >> it was great. >> we usually have trouble with the fillies. >> the phillies are having more trouble than we are right now. >> yes, they are there didn't seem to be slumping as many phillies fans as there normalry are in washington, d.c. all you see are red caps, red shirts all o
the president there with more to come this hour as the president makes remarks with vice president joe biden in biden's hometown of scranton, pennsylvania. but right now, we want to go to washington and naacp and chairman emeritus julian bond. thank you so much for being here. we want to get into a little bit of the politics. i would be remiss if we didn't talk about the march on washington, the 50th anniversary coming up this weekend on into wednesday. as a veteran of that movement, can you give us a big picture where we are 50 years on? >> well, we're on -- i would say about halfway to dr. king's dream if that far. but what he dreamed about hasn't been realized yet. the poll in the "new york times" today shows enormous gasp what white and black people feel about racial progress. it strikes us as a country struggling hard to do the right thing but not succeeding so far. >> what do you guess is behind that disparity between the way white americans and many black americans feel about the progress in race relations given the fact that we do have our first african-american president elected wit
saturday when the obama's plan to kick off their vacation in martha's vineyard. joe biden is hanging out in the hamptons with alec baldwin, rubbing shoulders with celebrities at a posh beach spa. this should come as no surprise to anybody. if we've learned anything about this president over the last few years, he's proven to be a do as they say, not a do as i do kind of guy. >> when i took office, i pledged to cut the deficit in half by the end of my first term. this wasteful spending has many sources. it's time for this waste and inefficiency to end. this is how we can reduce spending, by scouring the budget, by reforming government spending in a time of great need, when our families and nation are finding it necessary to tighten our belts. and be more responsible with how we spend our money. we can't afford to waste taxpayer dollars. one of the commitments i made to the american people was that we would do a better job here in washington in rooting out wasteful spending. with a recovery package of this size comes a responsibility to ensure every taxpayer that we're being careful with t
for president of the united states. she campaigned for for barack obama and joe biden, and presidentminated by elect obama to be secretary of state. any of us have lived to see a woman achieve a and a womanof goals who has done more for all of us than secretary hillary rodham clinton. with that, i give this award to hillary rodham clinton, and it is going to be accepted. [applause] in 2007 i was honored to serve as hillary clinton's campaign director. her at a family met campaign event in may of that year. hillary clinton as portrayed in media events, i was not prepared for her warm and authenticity. greetings, sheg looked at her son and looked back at me to ask, how is your health care? you it cover everything need? i am not sure i can explain the th her beacon of light provided. me, for ournt, for family, for our son, hillary clinton embodied hope, and in our brief conversation, she showed me what makes her the best public servant i believe our country has ever known. topic, same-sex marriage, veterans rights, voters rights, workers right, and much more, hillary clinton understands our co
. i think joe biden and there are other folks out there that would probably like to be considered. is she anointed? is it over? >> well, yes. but and here is the important thing. you remember the republicans in 2012 when they believed anybody could beat barack obama. you remember michele bachmann saying any one of us on this stage could beat barack obama. and in press row you heard a sharp intake of. [gasp] as she said that. any one of us. republicans went through a period of time where anybody could beat barack obama with whom do we want to beat him? and we had santorum and cane and goodrich and bachmann and all of this stuff because republicans thought -- some republicans thought that beating obama would be a lay down hand. now it's democrats' turns to beat this assumption. they believe the republican party because they watch most television stations and read most newspapers. republican party is ruined overdefeated, they are sowing salt in the wounds of the g.o.p. dead forever. anybody could beat ted cruz or anybody could beat rand paul. when will they start indulging do we real
to the white house, which he happens to go more than joe biden does, he could actually maybe ask president obama maybe you should look into benghazi. he seems to listen to al sharpton. >> your allegations of what the president of the united states said, you have not a single clue how they're pursuing these people. >> maybe that's part of the problem. >> another network got an interview, that somehow means they're not investigating this? >> bob, the reality, it was a month after the attacks when the same network said they're inside the compound before the fbi gave that -- >> if i remember right, people said we would go after bin laden, he would be dead or captured and took us five years. >> why is it he is giving more information than our own fbi and cia. >> they were on the ground, the government wouldn't let them in. >> i don't agree with lindsey graham on 85% of things he says. this one occasion, maybe i do. take a listen. >> we still don't know if hillary clinton approved the consulate to be open after it failed security inspection. we still have no idea who changed the talking points t
. >> boehner will not fight from mcconnell and the debate where joe biden sits there and took it from him. the american people are putting our hopes on the people to defend us and we get nothing. >> the americans are not laughin laughing. >> my first guest and only guest. the 44th president of the united states, barack obama. >> the president of the united states went to a late night comedy show. for his first ever statement about this increased terrorist threat. a late night comedy show. >> it's significant enough that we are taking every precaution. we had already done a lot to bolster security around the world, but especially in the mideast and north africa where the threats tend to be highest. >> here loves this stuff. he loves going on those shows. six times on jay leno. i think he is am cofortable there. far more comfortable than in the east room standing up and answering questions about what is going on. >> it's a diminishing thing that happened last night. the presidency was diminished last night. the country talking about being helped or loved. this is a small thing that happened
is strong enough to challenge her. the only possibility is joe biden, and i am not sure if he will run. >> no, he is making some of the standard minor moves going to iowa, things like that. but it almost seems to be just in case somehow hillary clinton backs out. e. j.dionne, thank you for joining us. >> good to be with you. >>> voter id laws, a solution in search of a problem. let's play "hardball." >> good evening. i'm michael smerconish in for chris matthews. leading off tonight, carolina on our minds. yesterday, the governor of north carolina, republican pat mccrory signed one of the most sweeping is voting reform bills we've seen yet. seven weeks after the supreme court crippled parts of the voting rights act which required states with a history of discrimination to preclearance by the justice department, governor mccrory and his republican legislature ld
there were a -- >> is joe biden among them? >> why not. see enter the race. didn't do well in iowa but now he is a sitting vice-president. he is doing the things you need to do to think about running for president, and if you get in and the polls are bad, drop out. it would be certainly his last campaign of his life. neil: nothing to lose. thank you. media, don't get ahead of yourself. i'm warning you guys, don't glom on to this, or anything. bob, thank you very much. >>> is this ad about schools flatout cruel? why parents are po'd idea at jc penney. could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yep, everybody knows that. well, did you know the ancient pyramids were actually a mistake? uh-oh. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. . >>> all right. a penny for your thoughts. see if this jc penney ad ticks you off. >> and it's got all the other brands i have. i've been told the stuff can make or break your entire year. but i'm not going to pretend to know what cool is. i'll take them to the sale and leave the rest to them. >> notice the message here? parents are ripp
and bear arms. on this issue, vice president joe biden -- the nice thing is that you don't need a punchline. [applause] you simply say his name and people naturally laugh. but vice president joe biden had some advice for all of us. if somebody is attacking your home, just go outside with a double barrel shotgun and fire both arrows into the air. which is very good advice. if it happens you're being attacked by a flock of geese. on guns, following the horrific tragedy in newtown, president obama came out saying, not let's go come down on the violent criminals like a ton of bricks. but instead, the president said, we will use this as an excuse to go after the constitutional rights of law- abiding citizens. in washington, the momentum was entirely with the president on this. conventional wisdom was that this was unstoppable. and i will tell you that three senators signed a very simple and short note to hear he read that said we will -- harry reid that said we will filibuster anything that prohibits our right to bear arms. [applause] the important thing was not the letter or the filibuster. it
, congressman equivalent, in a sense a dick cheney of joe biden prime minister and supported john winston and the initiatives for gun reform and also, former vietnam veteran thanks to the usa and i have and own guns, which cnn is privy of, as a matter of fact. in a sensible balanced approach in the interest of public safety, what happened in oklahoma is just an example of what happens in every state in the usa every day and that is surely enough. >> tim fisher, thank you very much indeed for joining me. i appreciate it. >>> my next guest president of the baseball club in melbourne where christopher was a member. he remembers christopher as fantastic person. welcome. devastating blow to your club, to the people of melbourne and australia. what would you like to say? well, i would just like to let you guys know it shocked the world. the baseball community is a tightened group. most baseball is unshattered. >> what kind of man was christopher? while, he was a kid that started at seven years old at our club playing tee ball that looked like a little league type program. played for 12 years at
. you're not joe biden. thank you. and martin luther king iii, what an honor to have you on. >>> up next, one of the people who performed in 1963, he's coming up now. he'll be on in just a minute and play for us some of the stuff he did back then. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. ♪ when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have someth
think the president is trying very hard to thread a complicated needle. in april of 2010, joe biden and president obama hosted a major nuclear materials and wmd materials conference here in washington, d.c., and viewed essentially trying to create -- restoring a global commons that prevented the proliferation and use of wmds and chemical weapons as a defining point of their administration. so not to act from their point of view is not really an opposioption. i think when from their point of view they're trying to create a stable option, how do you go from a strike on syria to a geneva peace process? you have both sides squaring off. and i think it may sound odd and it would be nice to review in a month on what happens, but if things went well and you were able to punish the regime enough so that people could tell it was compelling but not part of a regime strategy which the administration has been bending over backwards saying we're not trying to knock out assad, that is a signal to the russians saying we are open to some change in the future. and that allows us to go into a geneva
thank you so much. jonathan capehart. you're not joe biden. thank you. and martin luther king iii, what an honor to have you on. >>> up next, one of the people who performed in 1963, he's coming up now. he'll be on in just a minute and play for us some of the stuff he did back then. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. ♪ >>> one of the people most impressed with dr. king's speech back in 1963 was a man who knew a thing or two himself about giving a speech. president john f. kennedy. taylor branch who was with us earlier writes president kennedy watched king's speech on tv. he was impressed with how effortlessly he broke into his "i have a dream" refrain. branch says kennedy turned to his aides and remarked he's damn good. certainly was. we'll be right back. ♪ i got a hammer ♪ and i got a bell ♪ i got a song to sing all over this land ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that rhythm, it was rousing back then. we're back right now, it was the great folk group, peter paul and marry, "if i had a hammer" performing 50 years ago today. he performed today five decades after the famous march. he's
we realized. we should know joe biden could be having a lasting impact on the language. the vice president punctuating every single one of his sentences with the word "literally." now that practice is gaining acceptance. this week the website motive discovered google added a second definition for literally acknowledging it is obvious used for emphasis or to express strong feeling. miriam webster and cambridge dictionaries added this usage. when it comes to shaping the english language this makes biden a more accomplished vice president than at least one of his predecessors. we should know the final remaining embers of formal gay marriage in california were snuffed out this week. on wednesday the california supreme court denied an effort to revive proposition eight which banned gay marriage in the state and which a federal court deemed unconstitutional, a decision the u.s. supreme court allowed to stand in june. this week challenge came from prop 8's spoerns. with the supreme court, a period on the end of the sentence of protracted legal battle over gay marriage at least in americ
president joe biden was evaluated at this cancer hospital after feeling weak and disoriented during a family vacation. officials have not said yet what is wrong with him or what this procedure was. after leaving the hospital, biden tweeted this out, it is a photo and a message. he says on our way home, can't wait to get back. thank you, houston. we hope he is well. president obama has a bold new plan to make colleges more affordable and more accountable. the president is on the road today and unveiled his proposal before an enthusiastic crowd. this is the university of buffalo. the president, he is prepared to create -- this is the country's first federal college ratings system. he says it will help students make smarter choices about higher education. >> the fact is that we have been spending more money on prisons, less money on college. and meanwhile, not enough colleges have been working to figure out how do we control costs? how do we cut back on costs? so all of this sticks it to students, sticks it to families and also taxpayers end up paying a bigger price. the average student that bo
joe biden -- [video clip] >> my fellow americans, we now find ourselves at the hinge of history. and the direction we turn is literally in your hands. it has been truly a great honor to serve you and serve with barack, who has stood up for you for the past four years. i know the incredible confidence he has in all of you. i know this man. yes, the work of recovery is not yet complete. but we are on our way, the journey of hope is not yet finished, but we are on our way, and the cause is not fully accomplished, but we are on our way. i say to you tonight, with absolute confidence, america's best days are ahead and we are on our way. in light of that horizon, for the values that define us, for the ideals that inspire us, there is only one choice. that choices is to move forward and finish the job and reelect president barack obama. host: for those that remember, ted kennedy's speech in 1980 echoing the hope still lives and the dream never dies. your take on the vice president's role in all of this? guest: his role was to be as supportive as he could be to boost the ticket and to s
, that is until saturday when the obama's plan to kick off their vacation in martha's vineyard. joe biden is hanging out in the hamptons with alec baldwin, rubbing shoulders with celebrities at a posh bea
anybody out there right now who is strong enough to challenge her. the only possibility is joe biden, and i am >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. tonight on "all in" it's the hottest show not on television. netflix's true story women's prison drama "orange is the new black." tonight i'll be joined by piper kerman, author of the book and inspiration for the show's lead character. you definitely want to stick
of the 2016 campaign. >> when we talk about that and i know you've been following joe biden, not going into the night quietly so to speak. there my be certainly interest from him about whether or not he is going to make a go for 2016. does that all depend on what hillary clinton wants to do? >> well, it's not so clear. there was an article in "the wall street journal" just yesterday which suggested that biden's close advisers have determined he could win in a face-off with hillary clinton in a democratic primary. you know, perhaps there is some, you know, behind the scenes jockying going on. but i think what it points to and the reason all of this is starting so early is in the autopsies of the mitt romney campaign, people felt that he had a decided disadvantage against president obama because he didn't have enough time -- did not have enough time to get a campaign apparatus up and running. republicans are doing that and i think on the same side, you're seeing democrats starting to do that. i think to run what is in excess of a billion dollar operation, to run for president, you have t
education more affordable. vice president joe biden. right now, we're joined by politico's jonathan allen and sam stichbt "huffington post." this is for the administration to focus on education and moving forward. how did he do? is. right. well. i think part of the issue here is we're about to enter a season debates, debt ceiling fights will dominate the political landscape and what the president and the administration is trying sort of preframe the debate. they're talking about student debt while republicans on capitol hill are talking about the abstract debt relating to pocketbook issues while the care. right. there's always the possibility off of this by domestic. this is something they've tried do before and it presets the and october. >> jonathan, what's the likelihood this rating system that the president has put forward with regard to colleges get support in the congress? >> i think most of what the gotten support in the congress. what you would see is the winners pitted against the losers. you've got colleges in congressional districts in states all across the country. think how m
campaign for president of the united states. in 2008 she campaigned for for barack obama and joe biden, and she was nominated by president elect obama to be secretary of state. i do not think any of us have lived to see a woman achieve a greater set of goals and a woman who has done more for all of us than secretary hillary rodham clinton. with that, i give this award to hillary rodham clinton, and it is going to be accepted. [applause] >> in 2007 i was honored to serve as hillary clinton's campaign director. my entire family met her at a campaign event in may of that year. having only met hillary clinton as portrayed in media events, i was not prepared for her warm and authenticity. after exchanging greetings, she looked at her son and looked back at me to ask, how is your health care? does it cover everything you need? i am not sure i can explain the warmth her beacon of light provided. in that moment, for me, for our family, for our son, hillary clinton embodied hope, and in our brief conversation, she showed me what makes her the best public servant i believe our country has ever k
people. big names including vice president joe biden, his wife jill and first lady michelle obama will fan out across the country as the insurance exchanges go online in a little more than a month. even former president bill clinton is being tapped to help out. he will speak about the law to a crowd in his home state of arkansas next week. let's talk about all this with paul gigot, the editorial page editor for "the wall street journal." interesting, paul, the website, "politico" wrote about this and here was the opening line. three years after signing obamacare into law, president barack obama finally looks eager to talk about it. why now? >> well, because d-day is arriving on october 1st. the exchanges are supposed to start and january 1st, the subsidy coverage begins. so it is do-or-die. they have to do it now or this thing could fail. jon: but the president has been selling us all along on what a great program this is going to be? >> well that hasn't persuaded the country. all polls show obamacare is still more unpopular than popular but now they don't have a choice. he need t
who has been outspoken on that and taken a leadership role, so has joe biden and the president of the united states, you might see the president evoking gay rights, gay marriage tomorrow. right before the election, he went to caesar chavez's grave, and prayed, barack obama and sat with the widow of caesar chavez. yes, we can, coming from the chavez movement. it might be an opportunity to bring the latino movement into the fold and have a talk about the poverty situation, that no one should be afraid of a midnight knock on the door. there's a lot of opportunity for the president. again, reread the second inaugural and i think this will almost be a component speech to the social justice part of what i thought was an excellent second inaugural. >> you know, it will be interesting to see how he ties the issues together. finally, james, i want to get to something i found interesting from "the washington post." they issued a mea culpa, turning out the "post" missed a lot of things in their coverage in 1963. they were forthcoming about this. the front page lead story in 1963 about the
president joe biden -- [video clip] americans, we now find ourselves at the hinge of history. is the direction we turn literally in your hands. it has been truly a great honor withrve you and serve barack, who has stood up for you for the past four years. know the incredible confidence he has in all of you. i know this man. recovery is not yet complete. we are on our way. the journey of hope is not yet finished but we are on our way. and the cause is not fully accomplished but we are on our way. i think you two nights, with america'sonfidence, best days are ahead and we are on our way. in light of that horizon, for the values that define us, for the ideals that inspire us, there is only one choice. at choices to move forward and finish the job. reelect president barack obama. for those that remember, ted kennedy's speech in 1980 echoing the hope still lives and the dream never dies. your take on the vice president's role in all of this? was to be asle supportive as he could be to boost the ticket and to speak in many ways to the democratic base. one of the goals of the obama
.s. government approval. >> host: that was vice president joe biden talking about new legislation. calls anding your asking what the president needs to know before you can make a military decision. plenty of opinion pieces out there in today's papers on the subject. we need answers on syria, and an opinion piece in today's use ofgton times," weapons by the syrian regime is inconclusive. we want to get your thoughts this morning. we go now to regina from apollo, pennsylvania on our republican line. we need to know that our congress is going to get an opportunity to declare war before mr. obama who has been chomping at the bit with lindsey and john mccain for a long time. to help theeir push muslim brotherhood over there who are killing christians, burning churches. this is not something we need to be involved in at all. we have already been there and done that. we don't have resources, the money, or any desire for anything that we can gain from this except more lives dead, more ptsd from soldiers coming home with legs blown off and more things that we don't belong and with regards to -- we reall
campaigned for election of barack obama and joe biden. in november, she was nominated by president-elect obama to be secretary of state. i don't think any of us have aved to see a woman achieve greater set of goals, a woman who has done more for all of with that, i give this award to senator and secretary of state hillary rodham clinton. will be accepted by join you come from forrest city -- joy from forrest city. >> in 2007, i was honored to serve as clinton cost campaign director for winnebago county. -- hillary clinton's campaign director for winnebago county. only met hillary clinton as portrayed in media reports, i was not prepared to be overwhelmed by her warmth and authenticity. after exchanging greetings, she --ked at our oldest son's sun, and then looked back at me to say, how is your health care? do they cover everything you need? i'm not sure i can adequately explain the warmth her beacon of light provided on that day in 2007. from ourrs away country successfully passing much-needed healthcare reform. in that moment, for me, for our family, for our son, hillary clinton e
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